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Evaluating the Factors Affecting High School Student Rebellion

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Although research has uncovered important psychological effects of student rebellion in high school, the factors of student rebellion have not been fully explored. This descriptive study aimed to identify and analyze the factors that motivate students to rebel and find solutions to the student's problem. Young people turn their back on their parents, leave home and lose touch. The individual respondents were selected students of STEM (Science, Engineering, Technology, and Mathematics) courses of Sta Clara Parish School using purposive sampling. It utilized validated researcher-made questionnaire, unstructured interview, and documentary analysis as its data gathering instruments. The data gathered were treated using frequency, percentage count, and weighted mean,
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  • Sta Clara Parish School, Pasay City, Philippines
  • Sta Clara Parish School, Pasay City, Philippines
  • Sta Clara Parish School, Pasay City, Philippines
  • Sta Clara Parish School, Pasay City, Philippines
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